Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Tindora,Aloo & Methi Masala

I never combined tindora/ivygourd with aloo ever, i tried out making a quick and simple curry by combing those both veggies along with some methi leaves, for my surprise this combo works out wonder and this masala tastes fantastic as side dish along with rasam or curd rice...Needless to say that this masala gets ready in 15minutes and definitely a wonderful side dish to enjoy with rice or either with rotis..The addition of methi leaves gives a wonderful flavour to this simple masala..An interesting combo to try and taste for the sure..

Tindora,Aloo & Methi Masala

3nos Potatoes (cubed)
1cup Ivygourd (sliced)
1/4cup Methi Leaves (chopped)
1no Onion (big & chopped)
3nos Garlic cloves(crushed)
1tsp Red chilly powder
1tsp Coriander powder
Salt
Oil
1/2tsp Fennel sseds

Heat enough oil,fry the fennel seeds, add the chopped onions,crushed garlic cloves,saute until the onions turns transculent, add immediately the ivygourd pieces,methi leaves and cubed potatoes, cook for few minutes, now add the red chilly powder, coriander powder and salt, cook everything in high flame for few minutes, springle some water..put the flame in simmer and cook until the veggies get well cooked or until the oil gets separates..

Serve hot with rice or rotis..

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68 comments:

  1. Wonderful dish. I love potato and surely going to prepare it for dinner. Looks spicy, yummy and lovely.

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  2. looks so good..I love the addition of aloo in that

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  3. Nice and spicy recipe.I love adding fennel seeds in it.

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  4. Tindora and potatoes ..I didn't even think yet.But I know one thing,this tindoras always taste better with any other veggies or lentils.With methi,My God it will be tasty for sure !

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  5. This is a perfect side dish with paratha in dinner.

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  6. wow all 3 are my fav...I am sure tastes superb!!

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  7. New combo to me...never made any veg combo with tindora....looks yum...

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  8. wonderful spicy combo..i like it..

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  9. ready in 15mins sounds like a perfect side dish to make on a busy day....plus it sounds super healthy....;)

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  10. Yummy Combo...curry looks delicious

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  11. Hmmm...really a new combo to me...never tried tindora,but this looks simply super n inviting...like me u also add fennel seeds in most of your recipes...love the flavor a lot....

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  12. gourd n aaloo is a regular combo here but adding methi will surely lend a special flavor n aroma to it.super pic!!

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  13. New and interesting combo!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  14. This is very yummy and delicious! Superb with curd rice...

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  15. A very interesting combo indeed... Love the spices and the flavours:)
    Reva

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  16. Nice Combo, looks delicious, I loved the presentation..

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  17. Looks yum ...I love the combo

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  18. delicious combination !! goes well with rotis !!

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  19. not a huge fan of tindora- but with potatoes, i can eat it- Your sabzi looks worth a try

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  20. thats nice combo looks very yummy would love to have it wth rice

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  21. I made this combo once..looks yumm

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  22. hi priya,
    I appreciate ur sense of combining just about anygreens and veggies to churn out such easy yummy dishes...good one again !
    Keep them coming

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  23. Quite an unusual combination of ingredients, but sounds delicious. Will have to try.

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  24. wow love the combo...very different

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  25. I love both tindoora n aloo.. but never tried a combo.. :) Loooks great..

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  26. Interesting combo' nice presentation, perfect with rotis

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  27. Again, your dish looks delicious and flavoursome. I haven't experimented with these leaves before but I am now interested in trying.

    Thanks

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  28. Looks mouthwatering and tempting..

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  29. You have a wonderful combination going Priya. Tindoora and methi are my all time favorite .. Lovely dish.

    Vardhini
    VardhinisKitchen

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  30. Drool worthy combo,perfect side dish for rotis.

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  31. Sounds delicious ... lovely combination!!!

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  32. This is definitely a new recipe/combo and I love it :)
    US Masala

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  33. this tindoora along with potato combination looks tasty...nice side dish

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  34. Delicious bowl of curry! I never tried ivy gourd and aloo combo..

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  35. that looks like a nice side dish to rice or rotis!...love the combi of veggies...

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  36. that looks like a nice side dish to rice or rotis!...love the combi of veggies...

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  37. Looks delicious! I love potatoes and this look really good!

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  38. J'aime beaucoup les pommes de terre et ton plat est une autre manière de les faire. J'aime beaucoup.
    Je note.
    See soon.

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  39. A very original combination....and the spices are really making it something else!!!!

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  40. This sounds very interesting and I'm sure it is delicious. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  41. I like the combination of aloo and methi, but havent tried with with tindoora...... Have to try sometime

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  42. I have had them combined when mom used to make it, but methi is surely a great addition :)

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  43. Loved this combination,it sure sounds delicious.

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  44. It sounds delicious - great combination. And quick - even better!

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  45. interesting combo.. love all the flavours..

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  46. Looks simple to make but am sure it is nice.

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  47. Tempting and delicious stir fry Priya.

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  48. très riche en saveurs, j'adore
    bonne soirée

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  49. love the combo and the masala looks good too...

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  50. never had tindora...but this one looks soo yummy...will try it soon...:)

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  51. never had tindora...but this one looks soo yummy...will try it soon...:)

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  52. Priya...this looks yum...You just gave me an idea as to what to make for dinner :)

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  53. I'm in for anything aloo. Aloo, methi and tindora makes a great combo--YUM!

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  54. Aloo tindora and methi makes awesome combo. love to try some time.

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  55. new and interesting idea of combining aloo and tindoora ...... looks delicious .....

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  56. What a combo priya..looks great

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  57. this sounds like a yum combination priya :)

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  58. I'm all in for this masala.. Pass it here

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  59. wow ! lovely addition of methi..

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